Today – 20 Reasons to Visit Brighton
Are you looking tor reasons to Visit Brighton? I have only been to Brighton twice in my life, once as a child I went with my best pal to stay with her aunty and we had the best time on the beaches and the pier. The next time I went I was visiting the University don there and I just passed through but oh it won my heart. I have always longed to go back. There is so much about Brighton that appeals to me. Here are just as selection of the fabulous reasons to visit Brighton
20 Reasons to Visit Brighton
- The Royal Pavillion…a stunning building on the outside and apparently, even more, grand inside. It was originally built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV so no expense was spared. It has rave reviews!( and there is a tearoom!)
- For foodies, a walking Brighton food tour would be great fun and you get to try samples too!
- The Lanes, the lanes of Brighton are a collection of lanes filled with independent shops bars and restaurants and shopping there sounds just so exciting!
- Fabulous veggie restaurants including Terre a Terre and Food for Friends and Vegan Junk Food at the Hope and Ruin pub
- The seafront train! Volks electric railway is the worlds oldest electric railway history and fun combined.#
- OOh it looks completely delicious – Tea and cake at Choccywoccydoodah
- The penny arcade at the seafront – a staple of the old English seaside
- Brighton Marina – now 40 years old Brighton Marina has become the largest Marina complex in the UK. As well as the marina there are shops, events, residential properties and restaurants. lots to do and see
- For the more adventurous how about the seafront zip line. Only opened this year the Brighton Zip sounds amazing, it runs along the beach and there is a dual line so you can race against family and friends. It is the longest zip wire on the South Coast! Sign me up!
- Cake at Cloud9 bakery comes highly recommended and apparently they do an EPIC hot chocolate and pretty amazing ice-cream too.
- An awesome Gay Pride – known as the country’s most popular LGBTQ event this is a party and a celebration! There is a parade and a party and even a Pride dog show, a Pride village and a campsite.Wow.
- For culture vultures there is Hove Museum and Art Gallery which specialises in toys, cinema, history and fine art so definitely one for the kids too.
- I think kids (both old and young) will also love this indoor giant scalextric
- Water jets at the seafront playgrounds ( juts in the summer months)
- Mini golf at the seafront
- How about visiting Brighton’s famous naturist beach
- You can try Uygur hand at sea kayaking and canoeing whilst you are there
- A visit to the painting pottery cafe is great family fun on a rainy day
- For sport lovers s there is climbing on the beach and volleyball and a host of places that offer bikes for hire.
- Brighton pier! Brighton pier a Grade II listed pleasure pier in Brighton. It has fair ground rides and food and deckchairs and is quintessentially British.
This list could go on and on, Brighton is an amazing place packed to bursting with things to do and see and experience. If you are looking for somewhere fabulous to stay then do have a look at Best of Brighton for apartments, cottages and holidays in Brighton. Every property is to a high standard and they really cater for everyone from couples, to families, to groups of friends and they have self catering accommodation in a range of sizes and locations plus great reviews!
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